Old Royal Naval College

Historic buildings and sites

Parks and gardens


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Old Royal Naval College © Nick Ballon

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Old Royal Naval College College Approach
    SE10 9LW

  • Venue phone:

    020 8269 4747

  • Venue website:


  • Transport:

    Rail: Greenwich rail/Cutty Sark DLR

  • Map

    1. Old Royal Naval College
      • College Approach
        SE10 9LW
      • 020 8269 4747
      • www.ornc.org
      • 51.482773,-0.009007

What's on at Old Royal Naval College



Ghastly Georgians

Kids' activities

Children looking for Halloween treats are invited to drop in to the Painted Hall for this afternoon of wig-themed workshops. Create headwear that the Georgians would be proud of, complete with the creepy creatures that used to burrow their way into t...

Ghastly Georgians
  1. Fri Oct 31
  2. Old Royal Naval College
  3. £2 per child
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Ghostly Tours and Ghoulish Supper

Things to do

Hear some terrifying tales of the Old Royal Naval College's spooky history on this special lantern-lit tour for Halloween. Those brave enough to stick around after all the haunting stories will be rewarded with dinner and a glass of wine in the stunning...

Ghostly Tours and Ghoulish Supper
  1. Thu Oct 30 – Fri Oct 31
  2. Old Royal Naval College
  3. £35
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Ray Wiseman

I come here every year around 10 November for the Early Music Festival. The 'painted hall' is taken over by exhibitors displaying (and playing) everything from shawms to harpsichords. Amazing atmosphere, and beautiful buildings, all overlooking the Thames. And Greenwich itself is so vibrant and colourful, with so much to interest. Not to be missed.


I love walking through here - when it a Naval College it was closed to the public, but now the building is shared by Trinity/Laban Music College and Greenwich University. Great to hear the students practising as you walk by. Wonderful architecture (Sir Christoher Wren) and river views.